Former IWGP Heavyweight Champion Jay White Makes His Return At NJPW's ROAD TO NEW BEGINNING

Former IWGP Heavyweight Champion Jay White Makes His Return At NJPW's ROAD TO NEW BEGINNING Former IWGP Heavyweight Champion Jay White Makes His Return At NJPW's ROAD TO NEW BEGINNING

The former IWGP Heavyweight Champion made his shocking return to New Japan Pro-Wrestling at the Road To The New Beginning event. Check out Jay White make his big return to the Japanese promotion.

By EliteGuy101 - Feb 02, 2021 09:02 AM EST
Filed Under: NJPW
Source: fightful.com

Former IWGP Heavyweight Champion Jay White is back!

Following his crushing loss to IWGP Heavyweight and Intercontinental Champion Kota Ibushi, The Bullet Club leader cut a very emotional promo over his failure to regain the two prestigious belts and felt underappreciated during his time with New Japan.

White said he was done with New Japan Pro-Wrestling. This news dominated the wrestling world for some time and there were reports that promotions such as WWE and AEW were interested in the 28-year-old, though it came out a short time later that White had signed a seven-year deal.

While there isn’t strong confirmation on White’s contract status in New Japan Pro-Wrestling, it’s clear that the former IWGP Heavyweight Champion will remain with NJPW for a while as he returned at the Road To The New Beginning show by attacking Tomohiro Ishii.

The former NEVER Openweight Champion was the man that pinned White in his last match back at New Year Dash. That match also featured Bad Luck Fale, Chase Owens, EVIL, Yujiro Takahashi, Hirooki Goto, Kazuchika Okada, Toru Yano, and YOSHI-HASHI.

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